Hope Clinic vs. Ryan

Bostrom, Barry A.
March 2000
Issues in Law & Medicine;Spring2000, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p309
Academic Journal
Focuses on whether state laws of Illinois and Wisconsin prohibiting partial-birth abortions are unconstitutionally vague or unduly burden women's rights. Partial-birth abortion definitions; Acceptable state court interpretations; Indiana abortion statistics.


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